Flying Tiger poofy soap

10th December 2015


Oil & leather | Harley-Davidson | Triumph


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Are you one of those cool, trendy, bearded, six-pack, fashion-conscious, macrobiotic designer types? Do you live in or around Shoreditch (East London), or aspire to live there? Do you use the phrase "man-cave" at least once a month? Do you look like you just stepped out of a Triumph Motorcycles' or Harley-Davidson brochure?


Well alright. We're cooking on North Sea gas here because this Flying Tiger Moto Man Oil & Leather Soap could be exactly what you need to bolster your motorcycling credentials. After a hard day at the gym (if you know what we mean by "hard", and if you know what we mean by "gym"), you can take a sexy shower, purify that tanned and toned temple of your body, and then finished off your masculine ablutions with this soapy stuff.


Here's what the Flying Tiger guys say:


"Fresh and manly! This enticing glycerin soap will clean you up, but still have the addictive scent of motorbikes and your favorite [Yankee spelling] leather jacket. Both men and women love it!"


We've got a vague idea that your men friends might like it more than the women in your life. But that's private stuff, and we don't want to go there. 




Go to Sump classic bike news December 2015 for an extended version of this story



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